Solar Eclipse: What you need to know…

Out with the old and in with the new: According to Montgomery Taylor, a respected astrologer from New York, the solar eclipse of 22nd July 2009 provides an opportunity for us all to shut out unwanted influences and bring in new possibility.

The eclipse, visible over a narrow corridor through India, China and the Pacific, will be the longest to occur in the 21st century. Its unusually long duration combined with its visibility from a number of highly populated areas leads some astrologers to believe it will be of strong significance.

While eclipses are often associated with disasters and negative energies, many astrologers believe that it is a time to confront problems, and turn any negativity into something more productive and positive.

Furthermore, Montgomery states that “Pluto’s influence on this eclipse will make shutting out these old ways of life permanent, only what “honestly” supports, nurtures and cares about us will remain.”

This eclipse occurs at 29°27' of Cancer, meaning that those people with Cardinal signs (Cancer, Libra, Capricorn, and Aries) in their birthcharts are most likely to be affected.

Interview with Monty Taylor:

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